Tami Cleveland looks at sketches made by her stepmother, Beth Cleveland, at her home in Rosalia on Sunday, Mar. 12, 2017. Beth Cleveland, a hospice nurse, died of a painkiller overdose in 2012. The veteran nurse had sought the painkillers for debilitating headaches, but inadvertently overdosed.
Tami Cleveland looks at sketches made by her stepmother, Beth Cleveland, at her home in Rosalia on Sunday, Mar. 12, 2017. Beth Cleveland, a hospice nurse, died of a painkiller overdose in 2012. The veteran nurse had sought the painkillers for debilitating headaches, but inadvertently overdosed. Jesse Tinsley Spokesman-Review
Tami Cleveland looks at sketches made by her stepmother, Beth Cleveland, at her home in Rosalia on Sunday, Mar. 12, 2017. Beth Cleveland, a hospice nurse, died of a painkiller overdose in 2012. The veteran nurse had sought the painkillers for debilitating headaches, but inadvertently overdosed. Jesse Tinsley Spokesman-Review

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